The human meaning of the social sciences / edited by Daniel Lerner.

Cleveland ; New York : World Pub. Company, [1959] .

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Other Authors Lerner, Daniel, 1917-1980.
Subjects Sciences sociales - Collections.
Sciences sociales -- Collections.
Social Sciences.
Social sciences.
Sociale wetenschappen.
Series Meridian books ; M64.
Description 317 pages ; 19 cm.
Copyright Date [1959]
Notes "Original essays on the history and application of the social sciences"--Cover.
Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Contents Social science: whence and whither? / Daniel Lerner -- The rise of social research in Europe / Nathan Glazer -- The growth of social research in the United States / Harry Alpert -- Strategies of inquiry: the rational use of observation / Harold D. Lasswell -- Social inquiry and the autonomy of the individual / Edward A. Shils -- Inquiry and policy: the relation of knowledge to action / Max F. Millikan -- What economists know / Paul A. Samuelson -- Psychology and social order / Lawrence K. Frank -- Common humanity and diverse cultures / Clyde Kluckhohn -- Changing culture: some observations in primitive societies / Margaret Mead.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)166108
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